Real Estate WeeklyFebruary 21, 2014Mark Schoenfeld and Brandon Cohen from Corcoran just closed on their third big sale at Place 57.
Unit 30A in the boutique luxury condo at 207 East 57th Street, has the “feel of a downtown loft but has been brilliantly translated into a state-of-the art luxury condo,ˮ say the duo.
The center-piece is a dramatic triangular living room with 10 ft. ceilings and wrap-around windows.
They offer “forever viewsˮ all the way north to the George Washington Bridge, south to a dazzling midtown, west across Central Park to New Jersey and east to Long Island and beyond.
The apartment has mahogany floors, a gourmet Viking open kitchen, three Waterworks bathrooms, motorized electric shades throughout, and walk-in closets.
Place 57 was designed by architect Ismael Levya.
It’s a white glove building with a 24-hour concierge, a Baccarat Crystal lobby, fitness center, children’s playroom, conference room and a Baccarat Crystal Garden.
CORE’s Blu Kokin set the asking price at $3,995,000 for his seller. It sold after 54 days on the market for $3.91 million.